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Thursday, May 23, 2013

CA-MVU-Felipe Escaped Burn 2,781 acres - 100% contained, Final [NEW MAP] #CaFire #FelipeFire #SanFelipeFire

CA-MVU-FelipeCA-MVU-100814 Escaped Controlled burn off S2 and Hwy 78 near San Felipe area smoke visible from Julian and Shelter Valley area.  No structures or infrastructure threat




San Felipe Fire Location, Perimeter Map




Update 5-24-13 1630:  Division P (papa) very hot and active
Update 5-24-13 1435: 1800 acres, 60% contained, Palomar & Golden Eagle Hotshots assigned This afternoon.

Update 5-24-13 1335: Request for 2 Type 3 Strike Teams, 4 more dozers
2 more CAL FIRE HFEO replacements all code 3

Update 5-24-13 1035: Fire has jumped dozer containment lines,
 Felipe AA just requested all assigned air tankers back to the fire ASAP. New resource orders immediate need.
Update 2035: 1500 acres and 60%, Div Alpha requesting 4000 ft of 11/2" hose to Kilo/Alpha break ASP
Update 1945:  AA 330 on ground at Romona, Copters on ground at Gillespie Field, All aircraft off the incident for the evening, Air Tac estimates roughly 1000 acres. Div Papa requesting code 3 ambulance for heat injury.
Update 1900:  Holding on to all aircraft for tomorrow ops, South Ops wants aircraft in air @ 0800, briefing 0700
Update 1800: 750 acres and 30% 
Update 1625: Going to extended attack: Huge resource orders for from more strike teams of crews, dozers, water tenders, PIO, etc Briefing 0700 plan is keep fire from M2, fire keeps flanking them.
Update 1425: per IC holding around 250 acres possibly more w/ 5% containment. active fire on the left heel.
Update 1425: Local Staffing Pattern: Holding all personell on duty untill further notice. IC Requesting four additional Water Tenders. Water Dist. has opened well on Highway 79 for water tender supply. AA will need relief at 1530. 2 type 1 helitankers, helitanker 718 enroute. setting up two pumpkins for helicopters.
Update 1355: Additional Request ST9133CB7808 taking IC, 3315 taking Ops. Type 3 Strike Team en-route from Heartland Fire, 6441 Charlie. 
Update 1315: IC Requests: 5 type 3 ST, 6 Crew ST, 8 W/T, 1 comm unit, plus lots of overhead requests. Notification to BLM as fire has crossed S2 
Update 1300: It has escaped burn area, 40 to 50 acres outside the prescribed burn lines 9330C in route from Barona, as well as a full CNF response,  CHP requested to shut down S2 and HWY 78 per IC



Location:  San Felipe Rd, north of Hwy 78, east of Julian (San Diego County)
Reported Date/time: *
IA: 78 acres
ROS: Moderate
ROC: A controlled burn near Highway 78 and the S2 marker spread beyond the prescribed plan, First unit reported 100 acres, AA ordered 2 additional air tankers and helicopters, 500 acres potential 
Structure Threats:  No structures or infrastructure threat
Concerns: smoke visible from Julian and Shelter Valley area.
Resources: Resource order by IC5 Charlie Strike teams
6 golf strike teams
4 additional chief officers
8 water tenders
2 dozers
 Total Fire Personnel: 341 
Total Fire Engines: 10 
Total Fire crews: 14 
Total Airtankers: 1 
Total Helicopters: 1 
Total Dozers: 3 
Total Water Tenders: 19 
Cooperating Agencies: CALFIRE, USFS, BLM, SAN DIEGO SHERIFF'S OFFICE, AMR, CAL EMA, SAN DIEGO CITY, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, SAN DIEGO FIRE AUTHORITY, RESERVATION, CCC 
Injuries: 5 minor injuries 
Weather Info: Current weather: 82 degrees, 25% RH, wind SW 25-40 at Shelter Valley FS.
Julian RAWS RH 39%, 62 F, Wind WSW 13 G 22 MPH
Wind Advisory in effect for the fire area.
WINDS...AREAS OF WEST WINDS 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 45 MPH.
ISOLATED GUSTS TO 55 MPH ARE POSSIBLE IN FAVORED LOCATIONS.
TIMING...STRONGEST WINDS FOR LATE THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH LATE
THIS EVENING...THEN GRADUALLY SUBSIDING TOWARDS FRIDAY
MORNING.
Special Conditions: *
Other Comments: *
Radio Frequencies: Command 1 t-13 and tac 5, 8 - 151.355
Maps: *
Agency Website: *
Live Video: *
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